dating australia free

July 31, 2009 by admin  
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Adult Match Maker Australia is no good. What is the best free adult dating online site in Australia?

Adult Match Maker Australia was not very good unfortunately so does anyone have any experience with free adult dating sites for Australians? I travel to all the capital cities a lot so something that covers Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide would be great. Thank you.

Hi, I used Adult Match Maker for quite a while as well but there was just too many jerks and time wasters for my liking. I think because there were just so many more guys on there girls it made them all a bit desperate lol
Anyway, after a long search (and trying many sites) I finally found what I was looking for here – . They are a worldwide adult dating online service.They also have cams so you can get a good look before meeting up:) The ratio of guys to girls is also quite good.

Anyway, I hope this has helped. I’ve certainly had a lot of success (if you know what I mean) with this one.

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reality dating games online

July 31, 2009 by admin  
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reality dating games online
Are there any free online games where you play like a life game with a guy and a girl?

like a life or dating reality game/

yea buy the sims 2 it iz awsum not online but it is better than online

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How to Attract Women: How to Impress Women

July 30, 2009 by admin  
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If you want to impress women, you’re gonna have to carefully think about how you present yourself. Let’s look at each category.

A. How We Look

Whether you like it or not, dress is crucial. It says a lot about you: whether you care about how you look, or you don’t. But you don’t have to dress like a Hollywood celebrity to look good.

Here are some tips on how to dress for success:

1. Get a female friend or sister to help you pick your clothes.
If you don’t know what to wear, get someone who does know! Ask a female friend or acquaintance to go shopping with you. She’s sure to be flattered, and if you reward her with a gift certificate or DVD, she’ll be all the more motivated to help you out.

2. Check out the latest styles.
Go to the bar or club and see what others are wearing. Observe what the guys who do well with women wear. Look in magazines and catalogues and see what it’s in style.

3. Wear what conforms to your identity.
Hey, if you’re the hardworking, businessman type, wear formal clothes that accent your career. If you’re the snowboarder/skater type, wear grungy clothes that accent your loose, laid-back persona. And if you’re really into music, don’t be afraid to express yourself with the types of clothes that rock stars and musicians like to wear! You can’t force a style upon yourself; clothes are a form of marketing, so market yourself like you would a product, in the way that best shows what you’re all about.

The same goes for your hair: If you want to convey a clean-cut, crisp image, then you might want to shave and cut your hair short. But if you’re trying to convey a rebel image, a goatee, long hair, and tattoos are probably in order.

And speaking of tattoos, don’t forget that they are an ACCESSORY that further helps you to market yourself. Tats, jewelry, and even hats are great ways to mold your image to the man you want to present to women. If you’re a snowboarder, for example, a wool hat says “Cool”. Or if you’re an aspiring rapper or musician, a doo rag has a place in your wardrobe. Consider the accessories that best conform to you as a person.

B. What We Say

Here are some great topics to talk about:

* Your dreams.
Let a girl know that you have a purpose and direction in your life, that you’re not a wandering bum!

* Funny stories.
Humor is a great aphrodisiac. Think about some funny things that have happened in your life. But make sure your delivery is good–more below.

* Her.
The Dalai Lama said, “Sometimes one creates a dynamic impression by saying something, and sometimes one creates as significant an impression by remaining silent.” Don’t be afraid to let a girl speak for a while. Be silent, but be interested. Actively listen to what she says. It’ll go a long way towards upping the attraction meter!

* Teasing/Playing around.
This is a great technique, especially if you don’t know exactly what to talk about. Throw in an occasional joke or funny moment. I have a friend who has a great technique for handling silence. He laughs to himself, prompting the girl to ask, “What?” He’d say in a sly way that would invite curiosity, “Nah, you don’t want to know. I’m in deep thought.” She’d respond, “Tell me! Tell me!” So he’d do the whole Meow Mix song (”Meow meow meow meow…”). It’s just one of many great ways to lighten the moment, and show you’re a relaxed, none-too-serious person.

* Last but not least, sex.
One relationship guru brilliantly says, “TALKING about sex is the first step towards having it.” Ask her if she’s a bad girl, or what’s the craziest thing she’s ever done in her life—with a bit of innuendo added into your voice. This isn’t the kind of stuff you want to talk about right away, but when things are going good, it’s great to show your “inner bad boy”. She’ll know what you mean, and get excited thinking about it.

Likewise, here are some topics that you SHOULD NOT talk about:

– Offensive humor. Chris Rock’s racial humor may be entertaining, but it’s not a good topic for a first date!
– Politics. There’s nothing to be gained by arguing over issues and parties.
– Past girlfriends. An absolute no-no. All you do is play a game that makes one of you jealous or suspicious of the other. Stay away from this topic, but if she DOES ask you about past girlfriends, talk respectfully about them so you don’t come off as an insecure whiner.
– Inside jokes between you and your friends. They’re called inside jokes for a reason–keep them that way!
– Anything that could be interpreted as geeky or dorky, such as science-fiction. Unless you know for a fact that she’s into science fiction and comic books, keep it to yourself for now. The last thing you want to come across as is a geek!
– Too much about yourself, your possessions, how great you are, etc. Bragging only makes you look insecure. Even if you own a yacht, don’t talk about it like it makes you any more special than her.

C. How We Say It

Of course, none of these topics, particularly funny stories, are gonna work if you don’t know to deliver them. Delivery in speech is crucial. People who have good delivery can make an otherwise dull story an exciting one. I highly suggest you read “Voice Power” by the aforementioned Renee grant Williams. Here are some tips she recommends:

1. Use consonants.
That is, accent your speech. If you’re talking about a great concert you went to, no one will believe it’s that great if you say in a monotone voice, “That was a great concert.” That puts people to sleep. Instead, say, “Man, that was a grrrreat concert!” The Tony the Tiger voice. If she says something, don’t say as if you’re bored, “Really.” Say, “Rrrreally?”, then, with emphasis, “WOW.” It works!

2. Don’t use unnecessary words and details.
If you’re talking about a time when you and your friends went to Cancun, don’t bother with the unnecessary details like the food they served on the plane, the wait for the taxi, or the sheets they used in the hotel. Get to the point!

3. Silence.
As Williams says, Silence does speak a thousand words. There’s nothing better than the “power pause”, especially when trying to captivate your listeners with a story of bravery. You can lead up to something powerful, then pause while the girl takes it in and after a few seconds of silence, say, “But that’s not all…” Or

4. Drama and comedy.
Don’t be afraid to sprinkle some dramatic and comedic flair into your speech. If you’re talking about a goofy incident with your buddy, laugh along with it. When you laugh, it’s a cue for other people to laugh. Chris Rock does this all the time; he laughs at his own scripts, and it has the power of making his routine all the funnier. Likewise, if you’re telling a dramatic story of something amazing like rescuing people from a car accident, talk with conviction and suspense. It really goes a long way towards spellbinding women; they love a great story, especially a heroic one.

5. Use body language.
It’s not enough to talk with your arms beside your side and your butt on your seat. Talk with your arms, with your hands, your body language creating a sense of excitement. It’s a fact: enthusiasm is contagious. So show some enthusiasm with your vocal and body languages!

Finally, change your pitch. If things are going well, lower your pitch, give her your best Barry White. If you’re talking about a funny moment, a louder, more excited pitch is probably best. Recognize the mood and alter your voice to conform to it.

Congratulations! You’re on your way to making great impressions on great women. Recognize the power of speech and appearance, and you’re bound to succeed.

Don’t forget, if you want to learn more about making yourself unforgettable to women by making unforgettable impressions, visit my website at “How to Be Irresistible to Women.”

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James is the author of the latest edition of “How to Be Irresistible to Women PREMIUM.”His years of dating experience and international travel have tutored him in the art of meeting and seducing females the world over and introduces a worldly approach to dating and developing real relationships necessary for the modern man.

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men dating women with kids

July 30, 2009 by admin  
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Question to “(Kid-Less)” Men/Women dating People with Kids?

Whenever I date women who have kid/kids, I find it easier to date them because they are much more matured , calmed Headed than those without kids (I don’t have kids), and they are more willing to go the
Extra length to keep the ralationship in place
But at the back of my mind ,I always have a perception that this ladies
might not have dated me if they had no children,
that is their value like a used car (no offense meant)
has depreciated, and that part of the reason why they agreed to date with me is that not too many men out there would want the responsibility of going out with someone who has baggages
question is ,Do “kid-less” folks Dating people with kids feel the same?

I don’t have a problem dating people with children. Mostly because I like kids…

I dont date women with kids

long dating poems

July 30, 2009 by admin  
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long dating poems
What are some cute short poems or quotes?

My boyfriend and i have been dating for awhile and i cant see him right now. (long story) but i miss him so much and i just wanted him to know that and to send him some short poems or quotes to him. Anything will do. Thanks

“And you said that I was naive
And I thought that I was strong
I thought “hey I can leave, I can leave”
But now I know that I was wrong cause I missed you
Yeah I missed you” – Lisa Loeb

“I don’t think it would have been so good if I’d always been there. It’s like they can’t miss you if you don’t go away, … It’s been really nice for people to say, `We’ve missed you.’ They don’t say that every day.” – Trisha Yearwood

“If you’re watching this, I love you. I miss you and I want you home. And I’m praying for you.” – Keyanna Jackson

“For every thing you have missed, you have gained something else; and for every thing you gain, you lose something” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Love is missing someone whenever you’re apart, but somehow feeling warm inside because you’re close in heart.” – Kay Knudsen

“Came but for friendship, and took away love.” – Thomas Moore

“Love me when I least deserve it, because that’s when I really need it.” – Swedish Proverb

“If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day so I never have to live without you.” – A. A. Milne

“For it was not into my ear you whispered, but into my heart. It was not my lips you kissed, but my soul.” – Judy Garland

“True love always makes a man better, no matter what woman inspires it” – Alexandre Dumas Père

“I have found that if you love life, life will love you back.” – Arthur Rubinstein

“Friendship often ends in love; but love in friendship – never.” – Charles Caleb Colton

“Woman reaches love through friendship; man reaches friendship through love” – Mohammed Hijazi

“I love you,
Not only for what you are,
But for what I am
When I am with you.
I love you,
Not only for what
You have made of yourself,
But for what
You are making of me.
I love you
For the part of me
That you bring out;
I love you
For putting your hand
Into my heaped-up heart
And passing over
All the foolish, weak things
That you can’t help
Dimly seeing there,
And for drawing out
Into the light
All the beautiful belongings
That no one else had looked
Quite far enough to find.
I love you because you
Are helping me to make
Of the lumber of my life
Not a tavern
But a temple;
Out of the works
Of my every day
Not a reproach
But a song.
I love you
Because you have done
More than any creed
Could have done
To make me good
And more than any fate
Could have done
To make me happy.
You have done it
Without a touch,
Without a word,
Without a sign.
You have done it
By being yourself.
Perhaps that is what
Being a friend means,
After all.” – Roy Croft

“I love you, and because I love you, I would sooner have you hate me for telling you the truth than adore me for telling you lies.” – Pietro Aretino

“I love you not only for what you are, but for what I am when I am with you. I love you not only for what you have made of yourself, but for what you are making of me. I love you for the part of me that you bring out.” – Roy Croft

“You’re my sweetheart to the max. I love you like Crispy Critters.” – Wesley Willis

“Flatter me, and I may not believe you. Criticize me, and I may not like you. Ignore me, and I may not forgive you. Encourage me, and I will not forget you. Love me and I may be forced to love you.” – William Arthur Ward

“You taught me to love fearlessly and to open up my heart. I’ve never known anyone like you. I love you to no end.” – Phil Martin

“Some people never say the words ‘I love you’. It’s not their style to be so bold. Some people never say those words: ‘I love you’ But, like a child, they’re longing to be told.” – Paul Simon

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dating when to be exclusive

July 30, 2009 by admin  
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When does dating turn exclusive?

How long from when you start dating someone should you expect to be exclusive with them?

It all depends on the person. It’s usually when one of the parties involved realize they have strong feelings for the other- and do not want that person with anyone else. This could be a good/bad thing. If one person feels that way- but the other doesnt.. then the one with the feels involved could be left heart broken. However, if both parties feel mutual.. then they can both agree to be exclusive. It’s really about the emotions involved. Some people can date for awhile.. and not be exclusive b/c they are ” not ready”. Me.. personally– I love relationships.. so whoever I’m dating.. they know exclusivity has to be apart of the plan ( if we get along and all that) .. soon.

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college dating service

July 30, 2009 by admin  
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college dating service
What would be a creative slogan and name for a premium rate telephone college dating service?

What would be a creative slogan and name for a premium rate telephone college dating service?
What about the same for a premium rate telephone christian dating service?

College: Meet Market ~ college kids can relate to that. The slogan can be ~ “You Better Shop Around!”
Christian: Yoked Folk (corny, but from the top of my head)
The slogan can be “…… ” hmmm … I’m coming up blank.

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dating 20 years older

July 29, 2009 by admin  
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dating 20 years older
Is there anything wrong with dating someone 20 years older than you?

I meet a guy in a bar/club and I know meeting a guy whos 20 years older in a bar ins kind of dangerous but we talked and really like each other. Is it acceptable socially to date someone 20 years older than you.
im 20 and hes going to be 40 in a few months

If you’re feeling compatible with this guy and you’re over 18, why not date him? But, if you’ll feel embarassed by being with him in a social setting then perhaps it’s not a good idea for you. Age will be as big …..or as small of an issue as you make it. Just be sure your eyes are open and know it will be different then dating someone your own age.

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dating relationship questions

July 29, 2009 by admin  
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Why so many relationship and dating questions posted in etiquette?

One place where etiquette rarely applies is in the dating arena. Not that it shouldn’t, it just rarely ever does. Given that there is a clearly mark section of relationships and dating, and a page that pops up suggesting the proper groups, why do we constantly have to wade through such questions here? The askers have an etiquette problem, but it’s not the substance of what is asked, but where they ask it.

(Just a wee bit of a rant.)

I have to agree with you 100 percent.
Second is the endless scatological “potty” questions.

I was cited for a violation simply for saying “That’s not an Etiquette Question.”

So sing on sweet sister…

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